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#1 8 years ago

Hi there, i'm quite new to jedi academy but thinks it's excellent. However, i've downloaded Jedimod1_2 by Dest i think? I'm playing the game through steam.

So directory is programfiles/steam/steamapps/common/jediacademy/gamedata/base

I tried first to place all the files in the base folder but didn't just put the jedimod folder, just the files that were located in that folder in the base folder, if that makes sense? I.e. i didn't have programfiles/steam/steamapps/common/jediacademy/gamedata/base/jedimod but instead i put all the files in jedi mod, straight in the base folder.

This didn't work. So i tried it the other way by just leaving all the files in the jedi mod folder and putting it in base.

I'm even sure really how to do this i'm a complete noob. i tried exec jk2104.cfg which it says to do in cvar_list_readme txt file, and basically i'm really trying to use the size command so i can rescale yoda because he's obviously sick.

I tried also putting the jedimod folder in just the gamedata folder instead of base so

programfiles/steam/steamapps/common/jediacademy/gamedata/jedimod

Still doesn't work.

It's strange because jedi mod does come up in setup and i load it, the game restarts. However when i load that mod the console is different to usual, there's like a white border surrounding the text so you can't even see your commands properly. Please help a noob out :D!




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#2 8 years ago

Iirc, JediMod is a JK2 mod. So... it's not going to work with JKA.

Also, it will most likely cause problems with gameplay if you keep it in the base folder. It should have a folder called JediMod or something like that. Extract that to the Gamedata folder. Somewhat irrelevant since you can't play it on JKA anyway but most mods work the same way so just apply this to any other gameplay change mods you might get.

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#3 8 years ago

can you suggest a jedi academy mod that is similar? i.e. mainly allowing me to rescale models, such as yoda.




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#4 8 years ago

I believe the JA+ multiplayer mod allows this, depending on the server settings.




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#5 8 years ago

can you link me?

ok no worries i found it. Everything works except this bloody scale thing. This is what it says in the cfg file

// = name of the model. it is the name of the folder in models/players/ .... that u can find in your pk3 // it is also the name when u type for example /model luke/red or /model luke // will be luke. // = this number is a multiple factor that will scale the model and also the saber damages // and moves speed. the default size is 1.0 // all models not referenced will be to the default size 1.0 // NOte: only realistic sizes are allowed to avoid exploit and bad use. (between 0.7 and 1.2)

so i assume to resize your model you type in console

model size factor 0.75

however this just changes the model. HELP

even when i extract the cfg file it doesn't work :s




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#6 8 years ago

I believe the line yoda 0.75 should go at the bottom of the modelscale.cfg file on its own line (I believe that's the filename - Never tried this myself)




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#7 8 years ago

yeah it's already on the cfg file, and if i type model yoda it changes me to yoda but if i exec the cfg file it doesn't change yodas size




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#8 8 years ago

Server.cfg in JA+ has the command to exec the size command for certain models such as Desann or a Yoda model.

jp_allowModelScale




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#9 8 years ago

Another mod that works for scaling is Forcemod III.